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... I didn't get my results from the colposcopy for a month, they came back that I had areas of CIN I and also CIN II, moderate dysplasia. Dr. recommended LEEP procedure. I lucked out AGAIN, and was able to participate in a LEEP clinic, but had to wait 2 months to get in. ... (3 replies)
... how much does leep procedure cost done in office (0 replies)

... My leep procedure went well. No pain at all was done in like 10 min. ... (5 replies)
... There are many states which offer low cost or free pap smears, so I would think there would be an organization that could assist with the cost of a LEEP. ... (5 replies)
... I'm going to Planned parenthood for the procedure, so it should cost me since I'm to old at 27 to get it for free 700 dollars or so. ... (5 replies)
... I hope that everything else has gone well for you since, and that your LEEP permanently took care of all the abnormal cells. ... (22 replies)
... I am going to be honest with you now. I had LEEP in the office under local anesthetic and it was horrendous. The local anesthetic has no effect and I have never experienced pain like it. ... (22 replies)
... o the local clinic, where I had my abnormal pap, and then the colposcopy. The results came back abnormal, so I was referred by the Nurse Practionioner to have a LEEP done. The LEEP could not be performed at the clinic, so I had to go to a gynecologist which was just upstairs. ... (0 replies)
... ized health care! wow the us has a pretty messed up medical care system. anyway, i guess then in your case the NHS had nothing to gain monetarily by performing a leep on you! ... (11 replies)
... I had a LEEP back when they were fairly new. I had it in March of 1994. At the time they said I only had Mod. dysplasia. ... (5 replies)
... Well, I have a different story. I had a leep about 12 years ago, and was given dissolvable stitches. When they dissolved after about 2 weeks, I started hemorraging blood big time. ... (8 replies)
... I think the last time I looked at my insurance EOB, the procedure was around $1000 or so. I have had two LEEP's for HGSIL over a year and a half period of time, and am now pregnant which is why I'm responding. My Dr. did tell me that there might be concern over the amount of cervical tissue he had removed during both procedures. While he didn't tell me there would be trouble... (2 replies)
... Not sure how much it costs since my insurance covered it. Sorry I can't be more help. I do know plenty of women get pregnant with no problems after a LEEP, so given your good health other than the bad cervix, I would guess your chances of conceiving are good. Hope all goes well! (2 replies)
... Having had a leep for CINIII in 98, after 6 yrs of normal paps, I just had my annual smear, and ended up with a biopsy due to my very unhealthly looking cervix. ... (2 replies)
... No one has gotten back to me on how much procedures, such as LEEP cost? ... (18 replies)
... I am going under for mine. I am a big baby when it comes to being poked, cut etc. and I think I would make myself sick if I was awake during the procedure. They found abnormal cells inside my cervix too, so they are also going to have cut a piece to biopsy while they are doing the LEEP. I talked to my insurance company today to find out how much it will cost. I have BC/BS... (18 replies)
... It was at a regular hospital, but as an outpatient surgery. I about died when I saw how much it cost, but luckily my insurance covered it. (18 replies)
... I'm scheduled to see a gynolocological oncologist on 7/2/04. I don't have insurance (I paid for the LEEP w/ cash) and this friggin appointment is going to cost me anywhere between $200-400.00!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I am not eligible for individual insurance and my job doesn't offer any insurance. I can get insurance through school, but they won't cover me for a year because of... (5 replies)
Coloscopy & LEEP
Jan 17, 2004
... section with my son and the IV is what stands out the most to me. Also, there is a greater cost doing it that way. I'm a single mom and barely getting by as it is. She told me that this would be outpatient surgery and it will be done in the office. ... (16 replies)

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